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asked is cork underlayment on a concrete basement floor a workable proposition?
Aug
27
accepted why is my led bulb running dim?
Aug
27
answered why is my led bulb running dim?
Aug
20
comment basement bathtub straddling a crater
A photo would help tremendously in understanding the scope of your issue. By "bulb", do you mean the entire bottom bulge of the tub? Or just the drain area? The wet drywall is likely another issue entirely, unless that's caused by stagnant water under the tub (and somehow the crater has something to do with it).
Aug
8
awarded  Nice Answer
Jul
31
awarded  Famous Question
Jul
29
comment It is normal for glass-ceramic cooktop to be hot?
how hot? do you have a temperature number to work with? we use a ceramic cooktop, and almost the entire thing gets warm, specially when the larger burners are used. not hot as in enough to burn, but definitely warmer than ambient.
Jul
18
awarded  Yearling
Jun
16
comment Is this the source of my hot tub leak, or just a symptom?
Hmmm... you're the kind of tenant I would probably love to have, if and when I end up renting out my property(ies). But really, it's his property, and he needs to be notified of everything that's not right. Note that he didn't buy YOU a new roof, he maintained HIS property. Please always remember this distinction.
Jun
16
comment Is this the source of my hot tub leak, or just a symptom?
Are you sure you didn't cause the cracking because of lifting the tub? And, if you're renting, shouldn't your landlord be responsible for this?
Jun
12
comment Why won't my air conditioner work after a power outtage?
looks like your thermostat is a goner. what sort of thermostat is it? if it's the newer digital style, try putting in a new set of batteries. or, these things are fairly cheap, so replace it and see if the display's still out.
May
20
awarded  Announcer
May
14
comment is it OK to lay an engineered wood floor that is 27' long without putting a T-joint in the middle to avoid buckling?
are you sure the installer is going off of manufacturer recommendations and not his own experience? check with the floor manufacturer, they should be able to give you the actual numbers. my laminate floors' installation instructions asked for a joint at 13meters or 40feet. 18feet subjectively looks way too tiny a distance, and many open concept homes nowadays are much longer than that.
May
13
accepted what should i use to wire this bathroom?
May
12
comment what should i use to wire this bathroom?
Thanks a lot, @tester101!
May
12
comment what should i use to wire this bathroom?
Oh, okay. Got it. So I'll end up needing a 20amp circuit that exclusively supplies just this bathroom (GFCI outlet, exhaust fan and lights), and nothing else. This can't go to any other rooms. Can I still use 12/2 up to the GFCI line, and use 14/2 for the load conductors?
May
12
comment what should i use to wire this bathroom?
Will the single 20amp circuit still be needed even if there's only one GFCI receptacle in the bathroom?
May
12
comment Does anyone find any problems with this method of running speaker wire under the carpet?
+1 for the offer of a portable smack.
May
12
asked what should i use to wire this bathroom?
Apr
26
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